I'm no gardener but I think it is a jonquil, a sure sign of spring.
Yes, Ms. Trespasser, I believe Jeanie is right...
I was going to say "Narcissus" which I'm pretty sure is the same thing as a Jonquil!
Oh so pretty and delicate.I used to grow these...I am almost SURE they are jonquils. I cannot WAIT to have flowers here!Gorgeous!
Yes, Jeanie is right. I finally had something bloom in my yard. They kind of look like the jonquils but I can't remember what they are called. I was beginning to think everything was dead.
Here in New Zealand, we call them miniature daffodils. So spring has sprung for you. I posted it in my site.Came via liliac's site to say hi.
You've got flowers!? How'd you do that? My roses are just now starting new leaves but nothing else is budding... makes me wonder what's happening because the horses haven't even started losing their winter coat. I want some flowers!!B
They look like white daffodils to me. Hugs
I see you got your answer. They are a form of Narcissus and absolutely beautiful!
They are flowers.
Don't know but they sure are pretty. I'm seeing some real green coming up on the grass in our yards. I'm stoked for spring this year. Hugs. T
I love those! Beautiful. Hopefully we get some flowers around here soon.
I think they are narcissus. They are so beautiful. Signs of spring are popping out all over!! Love it!
Jonquils! I love them. Mine didn't come up this year yet. So what are you building? A chicken coop? I'm in suspense for sure! Patsy's Cowgirl Cafe is on Ben White east of 35 - pretty easy to get to. xoxo Nancy
I've always called them narcissus. They're lovely, and I'm jealous, because we're a long way from the first spring flowers!
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